The Journal of Language and Social Sciences (JLSS) accepts articles and research papers from school teachers, lecturers at higher institutions of learning, professionals  and industry partners . The JLSS is a perfect  avenue for these diverse practitioners to share , learn and connect with one another  in this ever changing and  challenging global village.
The scope of JLSS includes all functional areas of language, mass media and communication and the social sciences.  JLSS accepts articles and research papers comprising both empirical and theoretical i.e.quantitative and qualitative studies, case studies, sharing of best practices and book reviews.

The subject coverage will include, but is not limited to:


  • Literacy in the Professional context
  • Business communication
  • Entrepreneurship and language teaching
  • Instructional technology applications
  • Teacher training and teacher development
  • Assessment in language teaching
  • Research methods in language teaching
  • Innovative approaches in language teaching and learning
  • Curriculum development and implementation
  • Disciplinary, intercultural & cross-cultural variations in professional discourse

Mass Communication

  • Media in a globalizing world
  • Media and cultural identity
  • Alternative and community media
  • Media industry trends/dynamics
  • Media and ethics
  • Media and democracy
  • The virtual community
  • New media versus old media
  • Media and youth


Social sciences

  • Psychology
    • Educational psychology
    • Cognitive psychology
    • Experimental psychology
    • Gender and sexuality
    • Psychology in business and economics
    • Forensic psychology
    • Human relations
    • Ethics
    • Applied social psychology
  • Sociology
  • Cultural diversity
  • Gender and sexuality
  • Crime and social control
  • Poverty and inequality
  • Education
  • Religion
  • Political sociology
  • Social movements


  • Other Areas of Social Sciences
  • Cross-disciplinary areas of the above related to each other or other areas.